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 By using the Mark or Unmark Macro action, you can have macros shown in macro palettes appear ticked to indicate some state (for example an application dock that marks or unmarks the macro as the application launches or quits). ​ Alternatively,​ you can enable and disable macros to have them appear or disappear from a macro palette. ​ Either of these techniques will allow some level of dynamic behaviour of palettes. By using the Mark or Unmark Macro action, you can have macros shown in macro palettes appear ticked to indicate some state (for example an application dock that marks or unmarks the macro as the application launches or quits). ​ Alternatively,​ you can enable and disable macros to have them appear or disappear from a macro palette. ​ Either of these techniques will allow some level of dynamic behaviour of palettes.
  
-You can control the appearance of the palettes in the [[Windows#​Preferences_Palettes_Pane|Palettes preference pane]] or in the macro group configuration. ​ You can choose the style, the opacity of the palette, the size of the entries, the number of columns, whether the entries include the icon, the text and/or the trigger, and whether the palette shrinks when the mouse is not over it.  You can use the styling to build palettes that just display their icon for example, and combined with custom icons for your macros this can create a nice looking icon palette.+You can control the appearance of the palettes in the [[Windows#​Preferences_Palettes_Pane|Palettes preference pane]] or in the macro group configuration. ​ You can choose the style, the opacity of the palette, the size of the entries, the number of columns, whether the entries include the icon, the text and/or the trigger, the title bar (v8.2.1+), and whether the palette shrinks when the mouse is not over it.  You can use the styling to build palettes that just display their icon for example, and combined with custom icons for your macros this can create a nice looking icon palette.
  
  
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